Miele Blizzard CX1 PowerLine

In the version: High suction power
In the version:
High suction power
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Miele Blizzard CX1 PowerLine
Miele Blizzard CX1 PowerLine
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Product information

Key specs

Dust collection type
Bagless
Suitable for floor type
Hard flooring, Low-pile carpet
Maximum noise level
77 dB
Cable length
7 m
Agility according to customers
Very good

Pros and cons

According to our vacuum expert
  • Thanks to the strong PowerLine motor, this vacuum has more suction power.
  • The vacuum is bagless, so you'll save money in the long term.
  • There's no loss of suction power when the dust cup fills up.
  • This vacuum has a noise level of 77 decibels, so it's very loud.
  • With a weight of 8.6 kilos, this is a relatively heavy vacuum.
  • Doesn't come with a turbo brush, so it's harder to clean pet hairs and rough carpets.
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Description

Thanks to the Vortex technologiy of this Miele Blizzard CX1 Powerline, you won't miss a single speck of dust. This is because the vacuum generates an airflow of over 100km/h. You'll be able to vacuum the kitchen tiles and the rug in the living room without changing attachments. You can simply use the multi-surface brush. Thanks to the 360° wheels, this vacuum will effortlessly follow you around. The Cleanstream particulate filter has a self-cleaning system, so there's no loss of suction when the dust cup fills up. When you're done vacuuming, you can open the dust cup with 1 push of a button. The vacuum separates fine dust from coarse dirt. This will allow you to empty the dust cup without having to cope with swirling dust.

Thanks to the Vortex technologiy of this Miele Blizzard CX1 Powerline, you won't miss a single speck of dust. This is because the vacuum generates an airflow of over 100km/h. You'll be able to vacuum the kitchen tiles and the rug in the living room without changing attachments. You can simply use the multi-surface brush. Thanks to the 360° wheels, this vacuum will effortlessly follow you around. The Cleanstream particulate filter has a self-cleaning system, so there's no loss of suction when the dust cup fills up. When you're done vacuuming, you can open the dust cup with 1 push of a button. The vacuum separates fine dust from coarse dirt. This will allow you to empty the dust cup without having to cope with swirling dust.


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Key specs

Dust collection type
Bagless
Suitable for floor type
Hard flooring, Low-pile carpet
Maximum noise level
77 dB
Cable length
7 m
Agility according to customers
Very good

Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    Great bagless vacuum

    Leander Couplez | 6 March 2019 | In the version: Energy-efficient

    • Pros:
      Great suction
    • Pros:
      Not too heavy
    • Pros:
      Easily stored away
    • Con:
      Not that quiet

    No need for bags.
    Does the job very well.

    Leander Couplez | 6 March 2019 | In the version: Energy-efficient
  • 3.5 / 5 stars
    7,2/10
    Happy with my purchase

    Jyoti Chopra | 25 July 2020 | In the version: High suction power

    Good engineered product

    Jyoti Chopra | 25 July 2020 | In the version: High suction power
  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    I like this vacuum cleaner so much

    Alaa Hassan | 13 January 2020 | In the version: Energy-efficient

    Easy to use and can be used for carpet, parquet and hard floors perfectly

    Alaa Hassan | 13 January 2020 | In the version: Energy-efficient
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,2/10
    Good product for a ok price
    • Pros:
      Design
    • Pros:
      Not too heave
    • Pros:
      Solid

    Parquet brush would be good to have as an addition

    Fabio Cousinier | 28 May 2020 | In the version: Energy-efficient